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Hawaii's Popular Sea Captains !
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THE MOSTPOPULAR CAP
TAIN OF THE ISLAND
Vol. VIII. No. U73
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, 3IAR0K 7, 1900.
Pbiob 5 Obmb.
MILLIONS FOR DEFENSB
WANT ANOTHER JUDGE
ATTORNEY GENERAL HOME
FILTRATION MEN ALERT
CHILLlNGrYORlH IS SUED
The BULLETIN offers to the per-
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send In tlie largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
It Prize Cleveland Bicycle, $70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, g and 94 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 91
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
b a light road wheel, weighing n lbs , and
UruUrnn a hivlrr mad wheel, wt IX lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The. choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
gnd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
. chine, $00.00.
f The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
" "Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Bei
gerscn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Premo Senior Cnmcro,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
. used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
Great Britain Will Largely
Whit Foreign Powt:s Have Done Since tbe
Peace Conference Armament Increase bj
Russia and France -In (be Lead.
Lawyers Draw Attention to Meed
Judge Stanley's Illness Cause; Serious Delays
Authority Exists for Executlre to Render
Much Htcdtd Assistance.
People on Kaoal are Thoroughly in Ac
cord With Health Measures.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Bcrfistrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
London, Feb. 26. In Introducing tho
naval estimates in the House of Com
mons today, Gcorgo J. Goschcn, the
first Lord of tho Admiralty, Bald there
was nothing spasmodic or sensational
therein The total, with the expected
additions added, would be 300,000,'
000. Nothing had been put down for
the mobilization of the fleet. Mr,
Qoschen said that Or eat Britain was
not menaced by any naval power. Eu
rope knew her strength and tho num
ber ot ships she possessed. There were
times when a demonstration was ad
visable, but the Government did not
think it advisable upon this occasion.
Regarding tho export ot coal, Mr.
Goschcn announced that the Govern
ment could not prohibit It unless nt
war with a foreign power or In an
emergency very different from the
present one. Dealing with tho con
struction ot fresh Ironclads Mr. Gosch
cn remarked that The Haguo conven
tion already seemed a thing of tho
past. When tho peaco conference was
called ho suggested, that possibly tho
beginning of further'bulldlng ot battle
ships might bo suspended with tho
view ot ascertaining tho sentiments of
the conference. Great Britain alone,
he added, suggested a reduction ot ar
maments, but nothing was done and In
the six months sinco tho conference
more gigantic programs
forward eight, sixteen and eighteen
years, had been put forward than had
over before entered tho minds ot the
Powers. Great Britain proposed to
spend in 1900-1901 8,460,000, Russia
4,300,000, and Franco 4,154,000, tbe
Deputy Sheriff Prosstr Dismissed for Disobedience
Mr. Cooper Visits Plantations and Inspects
Hospitals and Oiber Public Bulldln&s.
Representative of Jewell System Hakes
Overtures to Honolulu.
Jewell a Combination of Several Old Systems
Russian Investigators Find American Sys
tem Best Id Two Continents.
Members ot tho legal fraternity are
fretting under the delay ot court busi
ness occasioned by the illness of Judge
Stanley. They do not ask that the
Judge tako up his bed and walk to the
court room In spite ot his Illness. It is
confidently asserted, however, that the
blocKade ot court business Is entirely
unnecessary, the last Legislature hav
ing provided for tho tempo, ary appoint
ment of a judge to fill in gaps like the
A member ot tho bar Bald to tho Bul
letin this morning, "There Is absolutely
no occasion for this blockade of busi
ness and If present conditions continue
thero Is no telling when we will be
nble to get our cases beforo the courts.
"Take, tor Instance, tho present cal
endar. Tho criminal cases undisposed
of number about 26, Hawaiian civil
cases about 15, mixed Jury cases 48,
foreign Jury 53, jury waived 31, and di
vorce cases 12. Thus thero Is a total
of 185 cases undisposed of and there Is
no telling when tho calendar will be
finished. New casca are constantly
coming In with tho result that lawyers
and clients aro seriously handicapped.
"Is there a way out of It? Ot courso
there Is, or wo wouldn't talk so much.
Act G7 of tho Session Laws ot 1898 Is
'an act rotating to circuit Judges and
providing for the appointment ot a per
son to perform tbe duties of tho offlco
during the temporary disability of n
stretchlne I Circuit Judge.' Section 1 of this law
. eighteen ' reads, 'In case of tho temporary dis
ability or absence from tbo country or
any circuit Judge, some other person
may be appointed to perform the duties
of the office while such disability or
"Thus you see the authority to fill
Judge Stanley's placo temporarily rests
Attorney General H. E. Cooper re
turned to tho capital from Kauai this
morning, In the steamer W. G. Hall,
arriving off port at 4 o'clock. Mr.
Cooper reports tho steamer Klnnu ar
rived nt Kauai from San Francisco on
Sunday morning, and distributing
freight, sinco nouna tbo coast, bno t.lrv ,nd treasunrof the California. Jewell
brought tno united states mail ror nrr Co.. Pacific Oust atrents for the
Discussion of filtration of the water sup
ply of Honolulu has attracted the atten
tion ot people Interested in filtratl nss
tems on the Mainland. The Board of
Health lately received, and referred to the
Minister of the Interior, a letteraccompanl-
eJ with data from H. vVangenheln, secre
Kauai direct, and news dates to Feb
Hcgatdlng the sanitary conditions,
tho Attorney, Oencrnl found tho people
of Kauai fully In accord with what had
been done, and Is doing, nt Honolulu
for suppression ot the plaguo and pre
vention of Its spread to the other
Islands. They nro willing to pay tholr
pro rata of tho expense, believing In
tho radical step taken. Dally Inspec
tions of all the plantation camps on
tho Island arc being maintained nnd tho
situation )s watched very narrowly.
The people believe the other Islands
should be protected at whatever cost.
It la thero that tho great Industry of
tho country Is largely seated, tho In
dustry that provides the country with
the sinews of war, and tho sugar plant
ers want no chances taken through par
simony or neglect at headquarters.
Mr. Cooper had Just given Marshal
Ttrnwn Inolriiitlnna wllli rofArAtiin in
thocaso of Deputy Sheriff Prosser. !t of this hemlspt ere, and the filter to
which had been his nrlnclDal errand to Jay that Is under construction Is not to be
Kauai, nnd referred tho reporter to that considered with any iliat have been In
official for further Information. He In- S'alied up to the present date, they having
t mated, however, that Prosser had iaen ine lasi paiemeu anu mecnan-cn
Jewell filter. It Is stated In a pamphlet
that 126 city waterworks are using the
Jewell sytem with success. Sim e the
Issue of the pairphlet Mr VVangenheln
says they have under construction water
works In seven cities on the Mls-ourl and
Ohio rivers, also that last tall they closed
with the city of Mexico for a plant to fil
ter Its entire water supplv.
He also states that the officials of the
cltv of Mo-cow, Russia, lat year had two
01 tneir most competent engineers on water
Investigate throughout the whole of
Europe and the United States, ns to which
system of purification was the most effici
ent. Their report was In favor of the
"American sys em of water filtra Ion.'"
The writer adds that since the first nf
May last year the differen systems of fil
tration known as the Hyatt, Jewell. New
York, Warrrn, western and national have
been amnlg mi itrd under the name (f the
O. H. Jewell Mltcr to., for the western
two latter countries spending 8,454,-
meio ow nit conditions 01 wecomesi uuu or ito.vuu less man ureal urumn. ,i, t0i,i rrnio n.i , c!,iiiivn
iust be observed : ... Tho report of tho French Naval Com- council. As I look at It. thoro would
1. All subscilptlons must be prepaid at mlttee had asserted that the material no no necessity to refer such an np-
east three months In advance. was 40 per cent and labor 10 per cent rolntment to Washington, since It Is
I 2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp- higher In France than In England, nnd j merely temporary. Tho lawyers will
tlons will be counted In this contest as jr. Goschcn therefore Judged that tho be satisfied with tho selection o: any-
new subscriptions, fc.ach name must pe a cogt ot shipbuilding In Franco and cno of recognized legal ability. Wo
BOIia I1UC auumuil lu llic auuiiiiimuii noi.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
soon as secured, together with the name
ma aaaress 01 u.c pc.s ,w ' ' 1 pendltures
SVSEJ? Wnl, S'KmdH K,n Britain nn advantage of 1,700,000, or
ogive ACCURATELY the fu name and0," to bulld an additional ironclad
idsofeach new subscriber. nnd ft crulser- Theso ,nr6 foreign
address of eacn new suoscrmcr. programs mu8t not alnrm tn0 country
4. Any person In the Ha- but we must keep abreast of theso
unllnn Iftlnndn Is eligible Ereat developments ot naval power
wanan isiunuo ie cn$,iuic -.,rt nni niv in v..
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to try tor cnese prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
entltllngthe holder to cast so many votes
for the Captain of his choice accoidlngto
the term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: 8.co per year,
2.co for three months; strictly In advance.
but In the United States and Ju-
JURY HARD AT WORK
TBB MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
Tb6 Deputy Marshal Prosecuted for
$1600 Demiges for Trespass.
Leo Lawlon the Complainant Alleges Wroonfol
Arrest, Transportation In Hack and De
tention for Long Space of Time.
Charles K. Chlllingworth, Deputy
Marshal of Hawaii, was served with a
summons this morning, returnable at
tho May term ot tho Circuit Court,
wherein Leo Lawton claims of him
S1E00 damages for trespass. Humph
reys & Andrews lire attorney for
It Is alleged In tho complaint that
tho defendant, on February 13, did
with force and arms compel tho plain
tiff to go In and along divers public
streets of Honolulu to the pollco sta
tion, nnd then nnd thero kept and de
tained the plaintiff a long spoco of
time, to wit, for one hour or there
abouts. This constitutes tho substance
ot the first count.
In the second count plaintiff alleges
that bIio was convalescent from a se
vere attack of Illness and lamo with a
sprained nnklc, when defendant with
forco and nrniH directed, commanded
and compelled her to enter n hack nnd
bo driven through the public strecets to
the pollco station, and then and there
kept nnd detained tho plaintiff for a
long space of tlmo, to. wit, for thirty
minutes, without any reasonable or
probable cause whatever, contrary to
the law of tho land nnd against the
consent of tho plaintiff, whereby tho
plaintiff suffered a relapBo und was
confined to her bed for tho spaco of ten
days or thcrcabuuts. nnd wns put to
great cxpciipo In procuring medical at-
beon removed for disobedience of parts from all these companies and made tendnnco and wittered greatly in ooay
orders. " a perfect system of filtration, either pres- and mind,
The weather on the "Garden Islo" sure or grivlly, not alone to clarity the
continues exceedingly dry, and thero is water, but to gain the high efficiency of
general complaint nil around of lack of removing from 07 to 98 per cent of all
water. Mr. Cooper, In nnswer to qucs- bacteria, also removing the odor, taste and
tlons. pave tho following account of his .turplditv of the water.
Itinerary: Mr. Wangenheln says he Is prepared to
"I landed at Hanamaulu, and was the come to Honolulu upon receipt of anv en
cuest of Sheriff Conev at I.lhuc. In courazement that the authorities have In
contempia ion a system ot puriikaun 01
Deputy Murshal Chllllngwortn de
nies In terse diction that ho nrrestcd
the woman. His cntlro statement
would senrccly bo appropriate Jor
publication beforo It Is made In court
Ho nays that, beforo the cplsodo form
ing tho basis ot the suit, complaints
had been made of saloons furnishing
women with urinK contrary 10 mw.
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant pair of Binoculars
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I hey
are the best that can be obtained and may
be seen on dlsDlav at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes which appear
each day In the upper right hand corner of
the first nace. which are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
1 MONTH 40 VOTES
j MONTHS ISO VOTES
6 MONTHS 35 VOTES
i YEAR 750 VOTES
The standing of the contest Friday,
March 2, was as follows. This list will
be chang td every Saturday.
CAPT. CAMERON 2504
CAPT. SIMERSON 2)5
CAPT. CLARKE 1831
CAPT. PEDERSEN 1277
CAPT. BRUHN 1116
CAPT. FREEMAN 283
CAPT. TULLETT 259
CAPT. J. DOWER 17
CAPT. N1CHOLSEN 9
CAPT. WEISBARTH 9
CAPT. SAMiON 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 7
CAPT. J. ULUNAtifcLS ,
Russia averaged 20 per cent dearor want to do business, that's all."
than In Great Britain.
Therefore," he explained, "our ex- DIUD nftVC Nil NRW TASKS
of 8,400,000 gives Great illu tfnlu "u ' vnuuu
2: SO p. m. This ovcnlng
closes tho fifth day without a
now case of plague. H. M. Lovy
Is nil right, steadily Improving.
Choice of Inspectors.
It has been suggested to tho Bulletin
that, In the choice ot paid Inspectors,
first consideration should be accorded
to men who liavo given voluntary and
efficient service lu tho citizens' Inspec
Scare This Morning.
Geo. Ross, Jr., sub-inspector, yes
terday reported u natlvo woman sick
at Walklkl. Drs. Peterson and Davis
wcro sent out. They found no suspi
cious symptoms but advised that a
physician should he in attendance.
Her people accordingly had Dr. Sin
clair called. The woman sank rapidly,
however, tho doctor being barely In
time to report her death. Ho gavo It
as suspicious and Dr. Hoffmann this
morning mado a post mortem examina
tion. Tbe causo of death ho found to
havo been pneumonia.
comnanv with Mr. Cnnov I loft on Snt.
..w , . .. .. , -,. . r .- 1 women wiwi uiiniv ;uiiiiu.j w .
1 rmr.n lL."!:rt. ,.:,!ltld.,?0i0.tt; LlcLs",PpJy:., A"enii?;r .? ri.N; ' Sometimes. It was alleged, as many
iuv.u A ( c;oii6i(;u luv it.iu,ivu io
Dr. 'Waughon persisted In
Its diagnosis as such. The man was
never 111 enough to bo In bed. and Is not
pitted but Jias cnlr a little discolora
tion. He Is a native policeman who was
paper Clipping gl es dctllsof a Jewell
filant instilled at Lnraln, Ohio. Evident
y the people of that town are satisfied
with the results, for thous mds of letters
of bnli'es men there hay e a red se.tl-at-tached
with the Inscription, "Lorain's sup-
Komollilll is on trial for larceny In
tho second degreo beforo Judge Perry,
tho jury being: John Wallace, J, U.
JoBepa, H. Kolomoku, Alanl Maka, I).
K. Hamuna, I, H. Haknole, Jos. Mor
ris, C. P. J. Kamoa, S. W. Kalkua
hine, John Leal, John D. Holt, Jr., and
D. L. Naone. Deputy Attorney General
B. P. Dole and Do Bolt for prosecution;
Kaulukou for defense
Joo Kalana was acquitted of per
In tho admiralty libel caso of Jacob
Jensen and others vs. sixteen hundred
and 6ixty-nlne tons of coal, tho testi
mony ot Alfred Andersen, master and
part owner of the bark C. B. Kenney,
Thomas Doylo and Thomas Andersen
has been taken by stipulation.
Lelaloha, who appealed from the Dis
trict Court for mitigation ot sentence
for assault and battery, was sentenced
by Judge Perry to bo Imprisoned nt
hard labor ono month and pay costs,
the samo sentenco ns that of tho lower
court only thero are added costs. E. P.
Dolo for prosecution; KaulitKou for do
fenso. Kalcl, samo charge, appeal and
counsel, fared similarly, his sentenco
for threo months being confirmed.
Judgo Perry heard nnd overruled the
demurrer In B. H, F. Wolter vs. F. II.
Redwnrd, giving defendant on request
tr.n days to fllo an answer. Magoon
and Long for plaintiff; Henshall for
defendant. Tho suit Is to recover
$1594.80 with Interest on a bond, In
which Wolter was surety to securo de
fendant's contract In building tho Ma
More Plague at Sydney.
Sydney (N S W.), Feb. 25 Another
case of bubonic plague has developed here,
and several persons h ive been quauntlned.
TOWSE CHIEF OF STAFF
guard over tho Japaneso laborers sent ply nf pure water Is unlimited, all filtered."
from Honolulu qunrantlno on tne 31st a blank space Is left In the newspaper
01 January. 1 inienu loaning up iuu description tor tne insertion or mis si
rucuru iu buu 11 menu jupuiicsu uiu uui
como from tho same lot ns those sent to
Hnna. Maul, where another case of var
ioloid has appeared.
"I went through tho McBryde plan
tation. Inspecting It thoroughly along
with W. A. Kinney and Manager Con
ant. Everything Is being dono on tho
most approved lines substantial work
and the best of machinery. Thero aro
four complete sets of stoam plows of
much Improved pattern to anything I
had beforo seen. Tho water develop
ment promises well, especially tho sys
tem or reservoirs with an aggregato
capacity of nearly 300.000.600 gallons
mado to catch tho How of the Wahlawa
stream. A tunnel 1,400 feet long will
.divert the ontlre stream, so as to fill
tho reservoirs, near tho McBryde home
stead. There is 5,000 aces below tho
400 foot level, all but 1,200 acres being
fee simple. Three thousand acres more
cane land lies just above that level.
Much of tho low land Is rocks, but It Is
being rapidly cleared under contract
Dr. Wood, president; Dr. Emerson,
F. J. Lowrcy. Geo. W. Smith nnd F. M.
Hatch wcro present at tho Doard of
Health meeting yesterday afternoon.
Dr. Wood reported his having attend'
cd a meeting of tho Citizens' Sanitary
Committeo'B Inspectors, who had de
cided to keep up Inspection another two
weoks, while In the meantime tho
Doard ot Health should get up a corps
The Exocutlvo Council spent Its en
tire session ot nearly two hours this
morning In discussing estimates ot the
Interior Department for tho emergency
appropriation bill. Minister Young
hit 'cm good and strong on tho Im
provement ot streets in Honolulu. Ho
submitted n schedule detailing thn re
quirement of all the highways of the
DONT PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for th World. Tboy'ro mado by Lo
Malre. "NnffBald." H.F. WICHMAN.
The Foreign Malls.
Tho next mall from tho Coast will
bo on tho 14th, when both tho Austra
lia and America Maru will arrive from
San Francisco. Tho Warrlmoo which
leaves here on the same date take
mall to Victoria.
Tho first steamer to loavo Honolulu
for San Francisco will bo tho Hong )
kong Maru on the 16th. Tho morning
naner announces that tho Australia.
which Is billed to sail on the 20th, will
RELIGION FOR SCHOOLS
Now York, Feb. 25. A movement Is
to be stnrtcd In this city to relievo tho
Roman Catholic part ot tho population
of tho burden ot supporting tbelr own
parochial schools. Catholics object to
the present public school system on
tho ground that school children should
recclvo religious ns well ns secular in
structlon. Thero nro at present about
sixty parochial schools In Manhattan
and Bronx nnd they nro attended by
moro than 40,000 pupils. Many Cath
olics havo maintained that since tho
schools In educating tho children nro
doing tho work of tho stnto they are
entitled to a sharo ot tho public funds
devoted to edcuatlonnl purposes.
I tdoes not appear, however, that
thoso Interested In tho now movement
seek public appropriations for tho
Catholic schools. All Christians and
Jews aro Invited to mako common
causo with tho Catholics "In securing
n system of schools which will tako In
all tho children of New York, secur
ing to all secular Instruction, yet giv
ing opportunity and tlmo to their re
ligious guides and teachers to do their
salutory work with them also, so that
they may not become clover unbelievers."
of paid lnsoectors.
Ed Towse was appointed as chief of
staff, who will select about thirty good
MT .LCmy w.n.mldto lv I '" was toW'oV a reward of 1100
rn"JfEl:??,'"nT Board, Pwho discovered and reported a
vUiU..n.n .. .. y w ,....... .w.., . ncn nr nlnfTllft In 1IR pnrlv Rfficeft.
as four or flvo women In a batch would
bo In a saloon. On tho night In question
ho visited the Commercial saloon and
found tho present complainant there
nlong.wlth her husbaud. Tho Deputy
Marshal proceeded to tone tne names
of all present as witnesses against the
bartender, who was arrcstca ror violat
ing tho law In selling liquor to wo
men. Ho was begged by tho husband
to havo tho matter fixed so that ho
and his wlfo should not havo to appear
In '.court. Then ho told Lawton tho
best thing they could do was to accom
nnnv him to tho station for Investi
gation. Tho couple compllca with this
proposition and were accordingly driv
en to tho station In a hack colled by
the Deputy Marshal.
Allan Liner Ashore.
P. rlland (Ate ). Fer i. -T-'f hi j Allan
line steamship Cilfornl.in. which left her
dock at midnight, weit ashore on Ram
Island ledge, just outside the harbor, a
fejv minutes a.ter her unot leu net this
mornhiT. All the psenge s are safe,
although still aboard. Most of the local
c.Tf.rlntr mpn ir nf the nnlnlnn that the
rocks h ive penetrated the bottom of the
vessel In sevenl places, 'and the doubt
very m ich If she can be saved. The ves
s I Is v dued at 1 3,000.000: th cargo at
1 300 ooo.
turning out about twenty tons of sugar
n day of ten hours' run, or about doublo
what It used to do.
"I arrived nt Francis Ony's on Sat
urday night and stayed thero over Sun
day. Looked over Makawell plantation,
wnlch seems to bo In n very flourishing
condition. Although rather short ot
water In tho main ditches, It seems to
hnvo enough to keep tho cane growing.
"At Wnlmca I Inspected tho hospital.
It needs additional
Dr. Wood reported on tho numbers
ot plaguo cases per month, viz: 13 for
December, 42 for January. 9 for Feb
ruary and 1 thus far for March. Nino
ot theso aro living.
A letter from tho agent of the Board
nt Lahalna asked for money to pay the
guards there. It was decided to order
tho agent to withdraw tho guards, who,
as Dr. Wood had stated, wero put on
solely for tho protection or tho real
MR. KIT CAT RESIGNS.
Rev. V. II. Kttcat has resigned the
office of parish priest ot St. Andrew's
i. 4i, Am in Unvn for Ban Francis-1 Anglican Cathedral. He acsires 10 ro
particularly a surgery
spected the hospital at Llhuo, finding
everything In fino condition. Vls.ltcd
nil the public buildings at Llhuo, Koloa,
Makawell and waimea. Tho roans wero
In excellent condition from Llhuo to
Wnlmca. I took tho Hall at Koloa for
wardTalsoT-'U of Lahalna and should bo paid
THE KAUAI DEPUTY SHERIFF
co. This is a misiaKo, wuicu una imi
tbo post office to considerable Incon
venience. The Hongkong Maru will
bo tho first mall steamer for San Fran
turn to England for a time and his
reslcnatlon. which has been accepted
by DIshop Willis with expressions. of
regret, will 'tako enect tne so
Marshal A. M. Brown writes by to
day's mnll to M. F. Prosser, deputy
sheriff of tho district of Llhuo and tho
Island ot Kauai, notifying him that he
Is rellovcd from duty. Tho Attorney
General having mado an Investigation
on tho ground, found that Mr. Probser
had been guilty of dlsobedionco ot or
ders from Sheriff Coney. Tho Marshal
savs ho docs not know just who will
fill tho vacancy, but the position will
probably bo offered to W. H. Rice, Jr.,
living at Llhue.
No hat as good as Iwakaml's hat,
for the samo money. Iwakaml Hat De
partment, Hotel street.
Appropriations ror tno ruiuro re
quirements of the Board wero referred
to Messrs. smith ana jiatcn, ro report
nt 10 n. m. today.
A short executive session concluded
The Orpheum remains closed again
this evening, reopening tomorrow
night. A good house enjoyed tho pro
gram lost evening. Tho various
"turns" wero without exception sue-1
ceBses. From tho strong mnn to tho
"wee plcanlnnles" In MIbs Borcsford's
act, everything made a hit. Tho
Richards scored with tholr song of "1
don't agree with you thoro," und Miss
Dixon's animated song sheet proved n
featuro of tho program. Their voices
ottuno well while their comedy work
provokes much laughter. Samanthy's
Birthday, tho closing act, contains a
wholo budget of specialties, choruses
and solos, with mucu merry making
and fun, making a good finish to the
Bulletin, 76 cents per
Are hard to find,
Know where to
COME TO THE
" Shoe Co.
And you will not go further. From the
cheapest to the best can be found there.
A' if 'lSw